Terracotta Warriors - Liverpool


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  • Admire the Terracotta Warriors at Liverpool’s World Museum
  • This is the first time in 10 years that the Warriors have been brought to the UK
  • The exhibition will span almost 1000 years of China’s fascinating history with artefacts dating back to the 8th century BC
  • Free time in vibrant Liverpool
  • Visit historic Chester

For over 2000 years, an underground army of terracotta warriors secretly guarded the tomb of China’s first emperor until a chance discovery in 1974 unlocked the mysteries of a vanished empire. One of the world’s greatest archaelogical discoveries, this unmissable exhibition spans 1000 years of Chinese history, contains objects that have never been on display in the UK and will shed light on the Emperor’s pursuit of immortaility. The Terracotta Warriors are sure to attract the crowds to Liverpool in 2018 – make sure you’re part of the experience!

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Monday:  Home to Liverpool
We depart the interchange and travel to the Liverpool area where we check into our hotel and enjoy our evening meal. (D)

Tuesday to Thursday: In Resort
Enjoy two sightseeing excursions including the opportunity to visit the World Museum at Liverpool to admire the Terracotta Warriors. (B,D)

Friday: Liverpool to home
After breakfast we depart and travel home via the interchange. (B)

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day Chester

Full day excursion to the historic city of Chester. See the sights or shop til you drop along the delightful 13th century Rows.


Full Day: Liverpool

We take an excursion to vibrant Liverpool, you will have free time here to explore the city. The city centre has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its contribution to maritime history and technology. The area around the docks and Victoria Street have a number of attractions to do with the city's maritime history and of course, one of the city's most famous exports, the Beatles. Visit the Fab Four's statue on the waterfront or head down Victoria Street and visit the Cavern Club and a host of other bars that line the street.